Wildfire Law

In recent years, California and Oregon have experienced the largest and most destructive wildfires in their histories. These wildfires have killed hundreds of people and caused billions of dollars in property damage. All too often, public utilities cause these fires, and their actions have disastrous consequences. If a wildfire has affected you, you may be eligible for compensation under the law. And we can help.

The Vallejo Law Office holds public utilities accountable for the harms they cause. In his career, attorney Oliver Vallejo has helped recover over $50 million for his injury and wildfire clients.

If you hire The Vallejo Law Office, you will receive personalized representation and white-glove service. We do not host "cattle calls" to amass a giant caseload with thousands of clients. Rather, we keep a smaller caseload so that we can give each client the attention they deserve.

Oliver Vallejo is a dedicated attorney with experience prosecuting cases against public utilities. Please contact The Vallejo Law Office today to see if you might be eligible to recover money for your losses in a wildfire.

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EXPERIENCE

In his career, Oliver Vallejo has helped recover over $5o million for his injury and wildfire clients. Most recently, Oliver has successfully prosecuted cases against Southern California Edison in connection with the Thomas Fire in California.

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DEDICATION

The Vallejo Law Office keeps a small caseload so we can dedicate ample time, energy, and resources to our clients' cases to help maximize their recovery. The personalized attention we give our clients allows them to focus on recovery, while we handle their legal claims.

 

Disclaimer: The statements on this website do not constitute legal advice. Every case must stand on its own unique facts and applicable law, so results vary. We do not guarantee a particular result. Please feel free to contact The Vallejo Law Office to discuss the potential for a claim for money damages. But note that contacting us does not establish an attorney-client relationship.